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You may have seen what I went through getting the front PTO pulley off the 2012. Well, for $45 delivered I got these three and one more bigger still gear pullers from Northern and let me tell you it's worth it even if you only save yourself what I went through once.... This is a cast PTO pulley from the parts 2210. It came off no problem, but I have been soaking it in PB Blaster for about two weeks.

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Kirk, The proper tools are great but wait until you run in the part you ruin with the puller because it is stuck on or you forgot to remove a set screw. Been there & done that.
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GUYS i agree that these pullers can be invaluable, a tool that i have also found invaluable is a bearing separator it is especially helpful when trying to remove both stubborn and delacate pulleys (like castiron that you cant really grab on the face) [img]/club2/attach/roma3112/W93275.jpg[/img]
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Hi all, make sure to use the addition listed above to help remove pulleys of both styles. The tin ones will bend, and the cast will break if they are rusted on.
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Soak the shaft and pulley with coca cola over night before trying to remove the pulley. Since I was taught to do the coca soak, I've found most things i can remove with just my hands. :DAl
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